IT WAS A HOAX! - RACIAL SLURS WRITTEN
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It was all a lie. The "racial slurs" allegedly written on dorm doors at the Air Force Academy's prep school were penned by one of the self-proclaimed "victims," according to an AFA spokesman.
That person is no longer on the campus, we have been told. No name has been or apparently will be released. But the dark shadow of "racism" that had stained the service academy's reputation, at least in this particular case, has been removed.
The results of an OSI investigation were announced in a statement by the superintendent, Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria. It was the three-star general who, in late September, warned cadets that if they can't treat someone from a different race or color skin with dignity and respect they can "get out" now.
THE LID SLAMMED ON FURTHER DETAILS
Silveria's stern warning made headlines all across the country and some critics, mindful that racial incidents are not unknown at the nation's Air Force, Army, Naval and Coast Guard Academies, were quick to condemn the alleged "slurs."
Now it turns out that - for whatever reason - a minority member who wanted to play "victim" was the actual perpetrator of the hoax. The stupid stunt only serves to undermine genuine complaints that may be lodged in the future.
The Air Force Academy obviously wants to put this embarrassing incident behind them. Media inquiries from MilitaryCorruption.com have brought us news that the case is considered over and nothing further (they hope) will be released about the fraudster's identity or what disciplinary action - if any - will be taken against him.